somatoplasm

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so·mat·o·plasm

(sō-mat'ō-plazm),
Aggregate of all the forms of specialized protoplasm entering into the composition of the body, other than germ plasm.
[somato- + G. plasma, something formed]

somatoplasm

/so·mato·plasm/ (so-mat´o-plazm) the protoplasm of the body cells exclusive of the germ cells.

somatoplasm

(sō-măt′ə-plăz′əm, sō′mə-tə-)
n.
1. The entirety of protoplasm, other than the germplasm, constituting the body.
2. The protoplasm of a somatic cell.

so′ma·to·plas′tic (sō′mə-tə-plăs′tĭk) adj.

somatoplasm

[sô′mətōplaz′əm]
Etymology: Gk, soma + plasma, something formed
the nonreproductive protoplasmic material of the body cells, as distinguished from the reproductive material of the germ cells. Compare germ plasm.

so·mat·o·plasm

(sō-mat'ō-plazm)
Aggregate of all forms of specialized protoplasm entering into the composition of the body, other than germ plasm.
[somato- + G. plasma, something formed]

somatoplasm

the protoplasm of the body cells exclusive of the germ cells.
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